One Term More: a Musical Parody

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With apologies to my Republican readers (if I have any left). It is a parody.

 

In remarking on the political divisiveness and social unrest of an historically polarizing election and in commenting culturally and metaphorically on Victor Hugo’s fictional historic struggle at the barricades of freedom, “One Term More”, with deep affection and utmost respect, parodies the inimitable “One Day More!” © Published by Alain Boublil Music Ltd. / ℗ 1985 EXALLSHOW LTD. Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg / Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer from the beloved, internationally acclaimed Cameron Mackintosh Presentation of “Les Misérables” By Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg. Based on the novel by Victor Hugo.

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  1. MaryA
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    Absolute fangirl squeee! 'S WONDERFUL!

    LET US MARCH, LET US SING, LET US VOTE!!!!!!!

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